Improvised 돌솥비빔밥 (beebimbop in stone pot) #korean #food (Taken with instagram)
Red Rocks Hike (Taken with Instagram at Red Rocks)
Made with Paper
Nest—Saw one in person for the first time. It’s smart and beautiful. (Taken with instagram)
Go Cameron and NGeo!
(via The Joy of Tech Comic)
Spring! (Taken with instagram)
Everyone Has to Buckle Up (Taken with instagram)
Kale, Pine Nut and Raisin Tortellini—Before the Tortellini (Taken with instagram)
The central paradox of the machines that have made our lives so much brighter, quicker, longer and healthier is that they cannot teach us how to make the best use of them; the information revolution came without an instruction manual. All the data in the world cannot teach us how to sift through data; images don’t show us how to process images. The only way to do justice to our onscreen lives is by summoning exactly the emotional and moral clarity that can’t be found on any screen.
This is a great list.
I actually don’t know what Game of Thrones is, but the comic captures the essence of the state of media content availability. I have an idea to start a blog that collects all the countless variations of availability restrictions on Hulu.
(via The Oatmeal)
Locals consider it unsafe to eat casu marzu once the larvae have died, so it is served while the translucent white worms, about one-third of an inch long, are still squiggling. Some people clear the maggots from the cheese before consuming it; others do not. Those who leave the maggots may have to cover the cheese with their hands—when disturbed, the maggots can jump up to six inches.
The best part is the mouseover text: “The worst resolution to the Valentine Prisoner’s Dilemma when YOU decide not to give your partner a present but your PARTNER decides to testify against you in the armed robbery case.”